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Folkscanomy: Artwork
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Stephane Wootha Richard, Thank you for releasing your artwork to the public domain.

Click here to browse this directory. You can "view contents" inside the .ZIP files to see additional components of them. For years you may have known me through a fictional entity called "Wootha". Today I have decided to destroy this entity. In this text, I will explain to you what motivated this decision. Some major contingent events in our lives are like rhythms that, punctuating our lives accent after accent, remind us of our existence's essence. I recently lived one of...

Stephane Wootha Richard, Thank you for releasing your artwork to the public domain.

Internet Archive 25th Anniversary
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look here.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYtQKEs791I

In 1996, a young computer scientist named Brewster Kahle set out to build a “Library of Everything” for the digital age. A library containing all the published works of humankind, free to the public, and structured as a nonprofit to last the ages. He named this digital library the Internet Archive.  Its mission: to provide everyone with “Universal Access to All Knowledge.” Using archival footage shot on October 29, 1996 by Marc Weber and Kevin Hughes for the Web History Project, this...
Topics: Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive, Wayback Machine, crawl, web archiving, digital library

look here.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYtQKEs791I